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-september, sheridan learned from an informant, the quaker schoolteacher in winchester named rebecca wright that have sent to a man to robert army. sheridan saw his chance. on september 19, he attacked early army and defeated it at the third title of winchester. three days later, sheridan survey followed up with the second victory of fishersville. after the tube that teresa in september, sheridan did not expect an attack by the rebels, who are out numbered roughly two to one, but at daybreak, october 19, they launched a bright surprise attack, literally catching the union soldiers sleeping. they routed sheridan's 34,009. sheridan was not there. three days before, he has been summoned to meetings in washington and get not return to his army. he spent the night in winchester, 15 miles away. after a quick breakfast on the left winchester with his staff had escort. news of the debacle that was still unfolding at cedar creek had not yet reached him. writings have come your cannon fire as he and his entourage grew closer, the firing crew latter. then reaching a whole top of the sheridan saw the magnitude o
in the district, 45 in dulles 39 in winchester. 43 in couple brland. 43 in hagerstown. 39 in winchester. it is going to be a cold start to our monday. look at this. down in the 30's. in those suburbs. gaithersburg 37 tomorrow. winchester, about 37 as well. romney, 35. cumberland tomorrow morning, closer to 34 degrees. so a chilly start to our day. the coldest air since april. the coldest air in six months here in washington. 43 i thinkwithin the beltway. and in the district. so tomorrow afternoon, temperature wise not all that different from what we had today. in the low to mid 50's for high temperatures. mostly cloudy. the rain tomorrow is going to be very light. and widely separated. and confined mainly to the second half of the day. in the afternoon and evening hours. a little bit closer to 60 by tuesday with some sunshine at that point. nats come back to town on wednesday. good day for baseball. 71. and closer to the average high temperature. for the most part, this week will be running unseasonably cool. >> all right. >> g >> an unusual l
for the gusts as we get into the afternoon. winchester 39. you're going to need a winter coat today, something to keep you dry and warm with temperatures in the low to mid 40s. average is still 64 for late october. we don't come close to that. windchills, i know that's crazy windchills, feeling like 30 in winchester and 30 in oakland. again, this is too early, this will melt off. that melt off is going to be a big problem from that along with the local 11 to 12 s of -- inches of rain we had. 44 right now . you probably saw the rain drops hit on the glass there. south western wind at 21. flood warnings are up for just about everybody. parts of howard and carroll county not dealing with that. a lot of this is river stream, creek flooding, some of it is street needing. we're going to have tides from 2 to 4 feet above normal. moderate flooding in the next day-to-day and a half. here's a look at your forecast. today mid 40s. it's going to be windy and cold. rain this morning, showers this afternoon. a few showers tonight as we dip into the upper 30s and low 40s. tomorrow mid 50s still breezy. thurs
sitting at 53 degrees. look to the west. very cold. winchester at 43. 44 in martinsburg, west virginia. showers, if not steady rain all day long in those areas. back along the i-81 corridor, shower activity around the metro area and montgomery and loudoun county. in southern maryland right now, seeing showers around prince george's county so we're going to continue to see the chance for showers through the rest of the night tonight. through your morning tomorrow, maybe down around montgomery county through the gaithersburg region, 46 degrees by 7:00 with showers likely. showers again by 11:00. waking up tomorrow to very chilly numbers. 40 degrees in and around the gaithersburg area. that's not all we deal with early in the morning. we'll talk about that in a minute. >>> breaking news out of fairfax county. a body has been found in the woods not far from where missing teenager bryan glenn's abandoned car was located. police sources tell us at this point they don't believe the death is suspicious. searchers found the body during a massive search by friends, family and volunteers
in winchester, 43 in culpeper, 57 in quantico. 56 at reagan national. morning sunshine giving way to increasing clouds this afternoon. showers and thunderstorms developing by this evening high temperature between 68 and 73. let's hope traffic is doing ok. here is steve hershorn. >> not bad so far. 395 at king street, moving smoothly. looks nice from springfield to the 14th street bridge. hov lanes are open all the way from dumphries into springfield and on to 395 up to the 14th street bridge and passed the pentagon. 95 in virginia late-day clearing construction after route 7 dean at falmouth. still very slow southbound on 95 to fredericksburg. northbound, everything is open. 270 near 109, looks good so far from frederick county into montgomery county. it's a little foggy, but everything is moving smoothly. back to you. >> thank you. >> looks like we are following a developing story from silver spring. investigators are searching for the driver responsible for hit- and-run. >> newschopper 7 over the scene on university boulevard last night. a woman had been crossing the street not in the crosswa
here from winchester, virginia. >> it has been a storybook year. been unbelievable. last year, we were one game below 500. 2 win 98 games, it is like christmas. of the day, a not what many had hoped for. >> we came here to get one or two. >> i was a little disappointed lost, but it is a five game series. >> the national tied back to washington, d.c., with one win their belt. the next game is scheduled for wednesday. >> tonight, the man at the the natalie holloway disappearance is at the center of the new sex scandal. >> the response. >> firefighters work hard to a kitchen. >> jerry sandusky it is innocence.his told the campus radio station not the monster people are making about to be any disguise sexually abusing any children. convicted -- he denies it abusing any children. expected to testify. we will have it covered for you right here. is denyinger sloot reports that he impregnated a he was in prison. he is the chief suspect and the natalierance of serving a 28-s year-long sentence. his lawyer denies, he does confirm that he is allowed conjugal visits. >> a wild story of survival fo
across the region. washington, down toward waldorf and winchester. southern fair fax county around springfield, over towards centerville, back to the west. around gainsville seeing some fairly heavy rain and ha is only going to continue as we move on through the rest of the night tonight. the winds, we're almost done with the winds. at least half way through. but the trees are still going to be sr. susceptible. the ground is so saturated, it's no longer able to hold the trees up. we're going to continue to see that. we still have a 60 mile an hour wind gust. this reported for two hours in a row. 47 in washington. 48 miles an hour over towards the baltimore region and down toward pax river, around 43 miles per hour. i want to show you the windchill. we're talking about a land falling hurricane. it ee's not unusual to see a st in oblgt. but it is unusual to see these numbers on the backside of a hurricane. the windchill in winchester, 39. 39 in washington, d.c. after the deratio, the concern was very hot houses as we were going through the middle of a heat wave in the summer. now the
teacher in winchester named rebecca wright, that early sent away men to robert e. lee's apartment share don saw his chance. in september he attacked early's army and defeated it at the third battle of winchester. three days later sheridan's army followed up with a second victory at fisher's hill. after the two victories in september, sheridan did not expect an attack by the rebels, who were outnumbered roughly two-to-one. but at daybreak, october 19, they launched a brilliant surprise attack, literally catching the union soldiers sleeping. they routed sheridan's 34,000 men. sheridan was not there. three days before he had been summoned to meetings in washington and had not yet returned to his army. he had spent the night in win chester 15 miles away. after a quick breakfast, he left win chester with his staff and cavalry escort. news of the debacle that was still unfolding had not reached him. riding south he heard cannon fire as he and his entourage grew closer, the firing grew louder. then reaching a hilltop, sheridan saw the magnitude of the dollars that had befallen his army. quiet
back in. highs today only about 54 degrees. mid-30s out in the shanendoah valley, winchester, cumberland, by the bay mid to upper 40s near 50 degrees with washington right now. good visibility, capital domes, clear skies officially, 46 degrees, north wind at 5. a big difference from friday when we had temperatures in the low 80s. 30s in kansas city and denver. oklahoma and texas looking at 30s there. much of the country feeling this chill in the air. while we are seeing these showers, this is yesterday's rain leaving. this is tonight later today's rain now come out of the mississippi valley into the tennessee valley, raining in mississippi and tennessee. all of this making a beeline right toward the metro area. there could be a few areas north and west dealing with the sprinkles. here's the futurecast moving until noon now. montgomery county might see a couple of sprinkles going then. the better chance of showers will be north and west of dc. tonight we are going to have showers around for the o's yankees game, they may have tough times here, keeping the rain shower activity
, temperatures already free of folks around winchester low 40's. earlier today, there were some prso far, there is nothing really approaching the freezing mark. the temperatures will gets down to the freezing mark out to the shenandoah valley and some of the high spots in frederick county. folks up around frederick md. may see the temperature around the high 20's. down at nationals park, 49 degrees. a lot of spots are in the 40's. the plants are safe. we will be having a very cold night with some scattered frost. i will tell you more about the weekend. >> a follow-up to end the investigation. residents in silver spring alerted abc 7 that they were forced to live without heat. tonight, we went searching for results. >> with this being one of the coldest nights of the year so far, we knew this was an issue. we went back tonight and it seems like we're getting some results. every couple of weeks she delivers groceries to her 90- this time, she was also checking on her heater. >> new developments on a story we reported last night at 11. >> elderly residents were complaining it was getting to
taking her into custody. tonight, in the winchester neighborhood of manassas. >> we have no comment. >> do you know what happened? >> no. >> a woman neighbors say is suspect angela cobbold's sister said little about today's wild police chase spanning two states. before cobbold was finally pulled from her car at this construction site at white flint mall she was chased by virginia, quality reed and montgomery county police, struck a police vehicle and was shot at by an officer. >> officers reported to us that she appeared to be eating soap. >> it was two days ago. >> the last time next door neighbor jose velasquez saw cobbold, she sat in the black mitsubishi for two hours. >> she was sitting in the car reading the bible. >> neighbors were stunned that the woman they saw on the news lived here. >> i had no idea she lived a couple of houses down. >> rarely we see here and i just say hello and that's about it. >> police say cobbold was taken to a hospital to be evaluated. her injuries were not serious. tonight,
. the average high is 71. be lucky to reach 60. 52 in winchester, 55 the dulles record, 52 in winchester, 48 in in oakland.ty the variable clouds today and of 95ne mainly west today. in kansas city, 50 in minneapolis, 51 in billings, 57 boston and 57 in raleigh. we will talk about the nationals 3, coming up. a community still trying to the death of with woodson high school senior bryan glenn. volunteers discover the 17-year-old's body just off popular trail in thaiss park a week after he went missing. search crews gathered yesterday g to canvas the park. a team of adults found the body. is family confirms it is him. spoke with said their family.o out to the >> he is so young and i still cannot believe it. sad.very >> fairfax county police say had looked in the found butwhere he was body in the see the woods. in a statement its parent bank the community, saying their hearts have been touched forever. >> a man is dead after a fight with montgomery county police that involved pepper spray. t happened monday night on shop place in clarksburg. used pepper spray to subdue a 29-year-old nathan jone
hour in winchester and 54 in leesburg. so those winds are very strong and gusty already. 54 miles per hour in pax river. we expect the winds to end up somewhere in the 60, maybe even 70-mile an hour range for peak wind gusts heading into the overnight hours. when you have the winds, you have the waves. that's why we have 16-foot waves off the coast of virginia beach, 18-foot waves about parallel to the ocean city coastline and up towards rehoboth and lewis and you can see some other wind gusts here. 53 miles an hour is the peak wind gust being reported at dover air force base. >> the waves down a little bit. i guess that westerly wind is doing its thing now, but still -- >> 67 miles an hour. >> just off the coast of rehoboth about 15 miles or so. temperatures, we're in the 40s to around 50. look at oakland 32. you jump the divide it's a whole other world. 49 in fredericksburg with 46 in manassas and gaithersburg. i'm not going to show you a wind chill map. massive amounts of moisture and rain rolling. in we have actually saw a picture on facebook in martinsburg. there's flooding in ma
. 46 martinsburg and winchester. 54 in easton and 52 in pax river right now. temperatures aren't going to budge very far from where they are at the moment and this is what it feels like when you combine the winds with the current temperature. feels like 34 in frederick. 44 in gaithersburg. feels like 52 in annapolis because the winds have settled down but 42 in winchester. definitely feeling december 'ish for halloween. a nice shot of the capitol building but still lots of clouds in place. only 49 degrees at reagan national and feels like 45 with the dew point of 38 and the winds at 9 miles per hour. a wide view of your satellite shows just how expansive sandy still is and we have another system approaching from the pacific northwest that will impact us as we head into next week. but in the meantime sandy slowly lifts out of here. the remnants of sandy. and we will enjoy a pretty decent weekend i think. so we can look forward to that in our forecast. as we head through the rest of today, 51 in leesburg and gaithersburg. 54 in downtown d.c. and only 52 in fredricksburg and overnight ton
. temperature is dropping to culpeper, 41, same for winchester. front royal, you are technically in this frost advisory. this will go until 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. into the 30s out west. into west virginia, freeze warning in effect out there. temperatures around freezing in some cases a little bit below. down to texas and arkansas and northern sections of mississippi, because this is where the next batch of rain is now. it will arrive here by tomorrow late morning, early afternoon. we're getting breaks in the clouds now. so at least initially overnight tonight temperatures will drop. 42 in town. temperatures in the 30s back out to the north and west. look at some of these numbers tomorrow, with the clouds and showers. only up into the 40s. in town, only talking about 51 for a high temperature. better for tuesday. wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday on the seven-day real things will be getting better. back over to you guys. >> bundle them up for now. >> thanks, gary. >>> today was no ordinary day for sports fans. the nats taken the field for the first time in postseason history. >> and t
. yocan see the rain right now through washington, d.c. area. right through waldorf and winchester. back through leesburg and we have seen some snow flakes in parts of the area. especially on the higher elevations. back toward the blue ridge. back toward the shenandoah valley and parts of west virginia where it is still snowing right now. as far as the wider picture, just look at the circulation coming right down out of canada. all the way down through our region and that makes things very, very cold. currently, 43 degrees with winds out of the south southwest at ten miles an hour. that puts our windchill at 37 degrees. 43 in gaithersburg. 39 in winchester. that's not the windchill. that's even lower. we'll talk about the windchill forecast coming up in the next couple days, plus, what can you speck from sandy? i'll show you when she'll fai finally move out. >>> sandy knocked out a quarter of the cell towers in an area spanning ten states. millions remain without power this afternoon. news4's richard jordan is at the live desk in our newsroom. >> the damage is widespread beyond anything
miles an hour. both reston and winchester. it was the rain and it was the wind. how much rain did we see? many areas over four to five inches of rachbl dentsville, maryland, almost six inches. bowie, maryland, almost seven inches. everybody saw the rain. everybody saw the wind and now we're seeing the cold air wrapping in behind this system. you see all the snow back toward the west. we're going to continue to see that snow back toward the west in through garrett county, maryland. even into the mountains of virginia right through the day tomorrow. and most likely, into the day on thursday, too. this system is not going anywhere quickly. the good news for us is, we'll continue to see showers for the rest of the night. then the mountains are going to act to block the rest of the moisture from coming over. this will be the last of the rainfall. that should be about it. we talked about the cool air. yeah. cool to say the least. 43 degrees in washington. the average low for this time of year is 46. 39 degrees right now. we are just 43 in culpepper. gaithersburg at 41 degrees. and talking wind
and western virginia winchester, martinsburg, cumberland, hagerstown. down to below one-quarter mile at times. the sunrise is not until just after 7:00, so you should use beams. chance of showers late, 68-73. on the forecast in five minutes. first let's check of traffic with angela. >> thank you and good morning. patchy fog to contend with as we workweek.the traffic moving quite well especially towards the capital beltway. now that we've gotten rid of the zone on 95 between we arecksburg and selma, moving better. 3 to dale city, under 30 minutes to get you there. 15 minutes from dale city to the beltway. in maryland on 95, still quiet from laurel. minutes from 695 to the beltway. it's clear on the baltimore- washington parkway. back to you. >> thank you. 5:15, 52 degrees. >> an interesting admission the head of homeland security. not see her keeping tabs on her black. . giving you a chance >> the supreme court begins its today.m this month the justices will consider a case involving the f texas and the use racial preferences in college and missions. take uprd will also issues of gay marriage
see igenerally moving from the southwest to the northeast. so out towards winchester and front royal, we are getting steady showers and these showers will be creeping east during the course of the day as we continue to watch the storminess develop to our south. temperature in the mid-70s later this affect. we have some rain, perhaps th possibility some of thunderstorms in the forecast later today as well. we'll have more detail in just a minute. back to you. >> thank you. >>> a devastating boating accident in hong kong tops our stories this morning. hong kong government officials say more than 30 people are dead and dozens more injured after a boat carrying utility workers colieded with the ferry. the boat was taking the workers and their families for a fireworks display for china's national day. >>> a decades-old mystery on the way to being solved today. scientists at michigan state university are analyzing soil samples that will help determine whether the remains of jimmy hoffa could be buried in a residential area of the city. the findings should be released today and they should
mile-per-hour gusts in martinsburg, 53 in winchester, 51 downtown, 51 down towards pax river and across the bay a 41 mile-per-hour wind gust in easton. the wind field 10:00 tonight we could well have hurricane force winds over the district, anne arundel county, southern maryland, prince george's county, just about everybody till you get back to fairfax and maybe up into parts of frederick and loudoun county. the orange is no picnic. the orange are winding from 40 to 73 -- winds from 40 to 73, so they're still damaging as well. even by 3:00 in the morning we'll have damage winds from new york well south of us almost down to fredericksburg with a little bulls identify hurricane force winds pushing -- bull's eye of hurricane force winds pushing north of town into southern sections of pennsylvania. finally we get into tuesday evening, we still have place sieve field of tropical storm force winds 39 miles per hour or greater. you can get damage with those, too. we'll put this back into motion. finally by wednesday morning it looks like by halloween morning we will see a relaxing of the winds
for late this afternoon. 43 winchester. frederick 45. 52 at andrews. on the bay in annapolis 57. fog has been a problem north and west of town this morning with visibilities in westminster down a half mile. northern shenandoah valley quarter mile or less. so watch out for that. a dense fog advisory for you guys north and west till 10:00 a.m. 6:00 a.m. monika is off. beverly farmer, happy monday to you. >>> happy monday but not if you're traveling out of frederick county. southbound lanes of 270 impacted by the crash that actually happened northbound in high yachts sewn. northbound is on the far -- hyattstown. northbound is on the far left of your screen. the volume is southbound. delays leaving 85 through urbana carry you pass the crash looking at what's going on. you can see the flashing lights make it even harder for the 270 travelers. traveling in 066 eastbound delays getting in toward manassas, centreville with separate slowdowns. as you head in toward falls church, more volume there but all lanes are open 066 into the beltway -- open on 66 into the beltway. if you travel northbound
cases, we're 20, 25 degrees below that and that is colder. winchester is 41, culpepper is 50 and in up to, we're 53. and we have come off the high a bit and that is before degrees. we have had some rain in some spots and going to rain for sentinel radar and not much in the. the heavier rain is to the north and west. sliding into washington county -- county there and basically, the counties boarderring the virginia and west virginia line and back into western virginia. again, where the heavier rain is, it's coming on across and cooling things down k. and we have real low dew points. what happens when it starts raining into that dry column of air, it cools down and that is why you end up with lower 40s and in up to, just a shower here and there and that is with the rain to the south-southeast and you're stepping out, you know you will need your jacket and sweater. and that may not be a bad thing. even if you're caught out with a few sprinkles, it's chilly and that would be miserable out there and keep that in mind. we'll be drier tomorrow, shape, and we slowly begin to warm things up. ke
in frederick and winchester, you are 59 degrees. looking at the satellite-radar, we've got cloud cover working through and the possibility of a couple light showers as well. this radar showing you rain that is falling from the sky but i don't think a lot of this is touching the ground. but if you are out along 81 there, out towards winchester and martinsburg, you might be encountering a light sprinkle or shower for your early morning. a few of these sprinkles could make it across the mountain. can't rule out the possibility of the sprinkle as this upper level disturbance comes through during the first part of the day. we should be partly to mostly sunny later today with these ideal temperatures across the area. futurecast not loving the idea of any sprinkles around here. just kind of partly sunny by 10:00 a.m. not a lot going on. most of the cloud cover and rain shower activity stays to our north and east and there we are at 11:00. 80 today for your daytime high. partly sunny skies. could be a sprinkle early. a record high temperature for the day if you are curious is 84. we'll be flirting wit
it feel even cooler. temperatures, already in the 40s. low 40s as a matter of fact. winchester at 41. 43 in martinsburg. 46 right now in gaithersburg. this is why, not only has it been cold back here, it's been raining most of the day. most of it has been on the light side, but fairly steady in parts west of the blue ridge. east of the blue ridge, we've seen the cloud cover, but most of us have stayed fairly dry. you can see a couple of showers in through southern maryland, but that's about it. but this is all moving to the east. so we will see some fairly light steady rain throughout much of the rest of the evening, into the overnight hours. right now, it's raining in winchester, luray, front royal, warrenton, gainesville and leesburg and now moving into portions of montgomery county, around the clarksburg area, and frederick county. you'll continue to see the light showers. not only will you need the jacket tonight, but most likely you'll need the umbrella, maybe even the rain boats the rest of the evening. this is all part of a storm system driving through the region. that is going to
along 50 and along 95. some lingering light rain in frederick. 52 but reagan national. 48 in winchester. compare that yesterday and we are 17 degrees cooler now than we were 24 hours ago. but at this. a frost advisory in the shenandoah valley and even in western maryland and virginia. i will let you know how cold it is going to get coming up in a few minutes. >> i guess we will just have to deal with it. >> some people are avoiding outdoor activities. richard reeves ventured out to see how people are dealing. >> yesterday, you would have seen people out here on their boats having a good time. today, the boats are sitting idle. it looks like autumn is finally here. >> its the october surprise that hits every fall. >> it's a great college football weather. >> maybe not this early. >> i brought shorts because i thought it was going to be warm. >> at the taste of bethesda on saturday? sunday, no one wanted to be eating outside. >> it such an extreme that it goes from pleasant to gloomy. the normal for today is 71 degrees. the is normally packed volleyball courts are deserted. >> something j
, winchester, martinsburg, hagerstown. we expect to see a little patchy fog in other areas as well. but it's a cool start, 55 and district, 45 in dulles. partly cloudy today. we have a chance of a few showers late today. high temperature in the low 70's. let's check on traffic with angela. >> good morning. fog could be an issue as you door.ut the we are seeing quite a bit of it on some cameras. let's check the drive on 95 virginia, the big was the workht zone. southbound is gone, but northbound, still only and the left lane and getting by. delays. there were pretty significant delays overnight. traveling in maryland, you can fog at the beltway and the american legion bridge. nothing to slow you down on the 270.ay or back to you. >> thank you. we begin with a suicide bombing that killed more than a dozen people in afghanistan. that includes prenatal service members. more.olabanji has from theetting this associated press. was dressedbomber according tofficer witnesses in afghanistan. he drove a motorcycle strapped with suicide bomb equipment into killing 14.eople, 60 more are in a hospital.
to take it with you, but light showers should be the story. 68 in frederick winchester 61, 63 in manassas. the clouds have been increasing steadily throughout the day. in southwest tennessee, there is a warm front extending off to the east. there is also action to our west. that is how we're going to get temperatures in the 70's tomorrow and lower 80's on wednesday. the only part of the forecast that is tricky is during the day tomorrow. we may have afternoon showers and thunderstorms. the possibility is there throughout the day. it may be in the morning, afternoon or evening. tomorrow, showers likely from time to time, mid-70's. the next seven days show a spike in temperatures after a wednesday morning shower. 82 degrees a high. as we head into friday, just a bit cooler, partly cloudy and pleasant. then cooler air arrives for the west of the weekend -- rest of the weekend. >> now the toyota sports does brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> let's go to rick mcanally at national park. >> -- brit mchenry national park. >> ryan zimmerman told me if they get an early w., the celebra
lunchtime tomorrow. leesburg seeing those showers. winchester, front row right now. it's mild out is there right now. but a calm wind so as these temperatures drop a little bit, it's patchy fog tomorrow morning and should burn off or pix out a little bit earlier. 65-70 degrees with some fog around. it's likely. some scattered showers, too. the kids will need their rain jackets and you'll need your umbrella first thing. area of low pressure u that will be moving through tomorrow. we're in the 60sback to the west. and, in fact, cold enough for snow up across north dakota, south dakota, montana. that's the bold chill that will hit us the second half of the week ebd. end. we're not going to get any snow, but it will feel dramatically cooler. i'm hearing at some housz holds, the heat or at least the ac has been turned off and some folks are a little unskfrtble. foggy one tomorrow morning. there's your showerst konling through and then some clouds, they'll start to break more and more by the time we get two, three, four o'clock tomorrow. four casts looks like this. 65-70 early on in the
of an inch of rain. temperatures are cooler off to west of us.d 50 cumberland, 46 already in winchester. there is not a tremendous amount of really cool air out there, but notice just to the west and south, temperatures in the 60's. some of the warmer air that is the way for the next couple of days. the warm air, a bit of a trade-off. we see more clouds and a better rain come heavier the day night and into on tuesday. an area of low pressure spins into earlyn tonight morning. strong enough to keep .he system over here clouds will start to increase in the midday hour and showers are forecast tomorrow periods of heavy the and thunderstorms on way for tuesday. cloudy -- it is quiet and dry. our futurecast shows the .learing sky clouds rolled in -- temperatures tomorrow at 7275 degrees. heavy rain, concentrated mostly west of d.c. that is our forecast for tonight patchy fog. 50's for nighttime lows. extended outlook -- near 80. tuesday and wednesday -- it will o great out there. cloudy skies, areas of rain, rumbles of thunder. clear days on thursday and friday. think the best time in of whe
it is 64 degrees. 54 at dulles and manassas and gaithersburg. 55 in frederick, 59 in winchester and 54 in culpeper. we will warm up this afternoon with mostly sunny skies. it will be less humid 77-82 degrees. big changes are ahead for the weekend. expecting clouds to increase through the day on saturday. chance of showers late. most of the day will be dry at 77 degrees. sunday, a cold front, cloudy blustery chile with showers and high temperature of 57. -- chilly. how was traffic moving? >> moving quite well for the start of the weekend. we should get out and enjoy this nice day. moving well in maryland/ 95 from columbia, all the way to the capital beltway, moving without delay. once you reach the capital beltway, would be well on the maryland side to montgomery county as well as prince george's county. moving through crystal city, the glebe road closure, and accident between joy street and hay street northbound lanes will not open until noon, but southbound will open by 6:00 a.m. we will update you on that as the morning goes on. back to you. >> thank you. for the second time in two y
. it is not in this cold since late april. 46 downtown, 37 in frederick and gaithersburg, 36 in winchester right now. martinsburg. until in the air. satellite picture shows showers from yesterday. have clouds this morning and it's a little foggy off to the west. sunshine early this morning, high-pressure scooting and another system passing to our south. a couple showers possible this evening. sunshine tomorrow and then a few more clouds by the middle of the week. will climbratures 50's.the let's check in with angela foster. we're having some trouble hearing angelo wright now. 4:44. columbus day. the department of public works not ticket drivers today expired meters or limit in the time residential zones. >> it is chilly outside. degrees in the district. colder in the outlying areas. >> "saturday night live" joked about the presidential debate. what to big bird had to say >> alexandria police investigating a murder. the man was found dead sunday morning, assaulted by an acquaintance and then died from to his upper body. mark ives was the victim. the driver of95, a mazda was going around a e and it cr
in manassas, 63 in quantico and 61 in culpeper. 61 in winchester and martinsburg and hagerstown this morning. visibility is dropping, down to 6 miles in d.c. when you get into the shenandoah valley and low-lying areas visibility will be a little worse, so it will possibly be slow on the road. use caution and take your time. there's a satellite picture of hurricane sandy. the storm has weaken a little at. a mild start maximum sustained winds. the storm is still expected to pack a punch and will likely have a huge impact all across parts of the mid atlantic and into the northeast but it these lines are computer model forecasts. some of them do bring it near our area. we are starting to see more of a blend of models moving it farther up to the north. if so, we would have less of an impact. still some flooding and power outages could be possible. morning fog today with partly sunny skies this afternoon, high temperature between 68 and 72. a little cooler by saturday. chance of rain tomorrow. better chance of rain and getting very windy on monday and tuesday. our temperatures dropping with a stro
readings. 39 in winchester -- 37 degrees at this hour. here is your forecast. they are not giving up their candy tonight. mostly cloudy, chilly, temperatures in the mid 40's. sunset -- you should be able to get in dinner quickly before you had out there. sunset is 6:08 p.m. >> such great news -- marc trains metro virginia rail express are running on a normal schedule. marc rains may see some delay -- you might want to check that before you go out. a stretch of sligo creek parkway, little falls parkway kensington parkway at beach drive is closed as well. interstates are doing great. 95 from stafford,3 395, no troubles. repairs continue on the board -- georgetown pike at old dominion drive. light volume not causing too much of a backup. a belt the crash in the inner loop has been cleared. debris cleanup continues at 108 in the sandy spring area. one more thing -- new jersey avenue at r st., water main repair, it is shut down. >> thank you so much. amtrak is still working to remove water from tunnels in new york city. trains will not be going there for the time being. starting today tr
national. at dulles, 39 degrees. 39 in gaithersburg and manassas. 37 in winchester. pretty dry. that's good. the express forecast, mostly sunny, 51 degrees by 9:00, 62 degrees by noon. partly cloudy and pleasant highs near 70. we will talk more about the changes with rainfall expected tomorrow coming up. first, traffic with angela. >> good morning. looking at overnight construction. on the beltway in virginia. in springfield, moving quite well despite the work zone on the inner loop which may slow you down briefly. at braddock, stay to the left. and at leesburg pike, two left lanes closed. in montgomery county on the beltway, 190, looking good. all through montgomery county looking good. clearing an overnight work zone at university boulevard. >> a suicide car bomber blew up his vehicle near the gate of a u.s.-afghan combat outpost in eastern afghanistan. and afgh troops were injured mostly by falling debris. the taliban claimed responsibility. nato says the outpost was secured shortly after the blast. political experts and the public weighing in on last night's second debate between obama
. a simulation of the atmosphere. the bay this time of year is a moderating influence. out around winchester, and i think there will be spots in the morning into the 30's. bundle up. a lot of sunshine, but temperatures will be as you can see, only into the 60's, and after that more sunshine. heading out to school tomorrow, the bus stop, the sunrise is getting later and later. about 7:15. bundle up. temperatures in midmorning into the 50's, and then tomorrow afternoon, only in the low 60's, but no strong wind. again, a great baseball weather. as we go into friday, temperatures are a bit higher, into the mid 60's. i think it looks fine. temperatures on sunday into the low 70's. the next chance of rain showers will come about monday. >> ok. not bad at all. >> no. >> all right, thank you. >> speaking of sunshine do you know who practiced today prove -- today? rg3. captioned by the national captioning institute >> nationals park was rocking this afternoon 45,000 fans making it shake like last year's earthquake but the game started, and the defending world champions went after t
winchester is 37 this morning. when you factor in the winds, we've got windchills in the mid- to upper 30s to low 0s out there. it -- low 40s out there. it does look like a breezy, chilly day. right now we have 43 degrees. good visibility in spite of the cloudy skies. south winds still at 5 miles an hour. that's about as low as they've been in a few days. humidity 82%. showers in maine. showers down in kentucky and ohio and this is one for the record books. our forecast today we're going to get into the low to mid-50s, breezy, stray shower. watch out for the high water still in spots. tonight it's going to be in the 30s and 40s. mostly cloudy skies. 55 tomorrow. again a little bit of a breeze out of the west. by friday 52. a little more sunshine. the weekend doesn't look too bad. could be a stray shower late sunday with 60. turn your clocks back. we're back in the mid-50s monday and tuesday. it is 4:22. monika samtani, got to be doing better than yesterday. >> oh, yeah, definitely better than yesterday although we still have our fair share of issues, especially on the beltway in prince geo
, except in winchester and out to the west. a 29-mile per hour wind gust at national. 36 in ocean city -- a 29 mile per hour wind gust at national. 36 in ocean city. mr. bernstein will be here shortly. great sandy stuff. >> okay. thank you for staying with us through all of this. >> the morning show will start up again at 4 a.m. be safe out there. >> goodnight, everybody.
of the week. temperatures this morning 60 to start you off. 60 at reagan national. 55 in winchester. 60 in fredericksburg. a record high today 84 -- we will stay shy of that by a couple of degrees. 76 by noon and 80 degrees by 5:00. a great day. a slide in the temperatures on the way. your seven-days minutes away -- first traffic. >> good morning. we have a bit of activity for virginia. i will take into a video. shortly before midnight we had an incident involving a tractor trailer that overturned. i spoke to stafford county police -- they say could be hours until this is recall -- resolved. there was an oil spill. northbound interstate 95 at mile marker 138 in stafford. you can get by along the right shoulder, as you see here. for our early commuters sticking with the interstate -- he will encounter delays north. if you are heading out the door interstate 95, you will get by in the shoulder. but once we get past 5:00 -- route one will serve as your alternate. northbound 95 in stafford, a tractor incident the shoulder gets by. route 1 is your alternate, then you can rejoin the interstat
of problems with the water coming in. off of winchester creek, there was water. it came up pretty far last night. it's gone back. you can see as you look over my shoulders, this is the kent and narrows. that's the chester river. that buoy is leaning away from us. it's doing that because the tide is pushing it. the tide is coming in. in about an hour or so it will be high tide. that's what they're worried b during the storm the wind was blowing from the north pushing all the water out. then it shifted around. now it's coming out of the south. so low tide didn't flow out as far as it should have. now it's up there to high tide. >> reporter: they're worried, but i would say really within reason. they're expecting the water to get close to the property. water came up to businesses, to homes. it didn't go inside property like it did in isabelle. >> isabelle was a catastrophe. >> reporter: okay. so life, as we know it on kent island, the laid back life-style, we're looking at radar. we're looking at harris' crab house. queen anne's county schools will be back open tomorrow on a delay. >> we got
clouds this morning with mild temperatures, national, 53 at dulles, 46 in frederick, 54 in winchester. have a south wind today with mid-level and high level clouds. sunny today with a high temperature of 75-80 degrees. interesting things by the weekend. we will detailed added a few minutes. first, traffic would jamee whitten. >> it is quiet. not much to tell you about. this is when we watch construction wrapping up. have in tysons on the beltway. 66, no problems. 395, there's some road work. travel lanes are open in arlington. here we are near glebe road. the maryland beltway, they have busy overnight, over the branch, between new ,ampshire avenue and university been picked up you are good to go. no delays affecting many places maryland, virginia, or the district. , a gorgeous start. back to you. >> thank you. it is a sad ending to the search missing a 12-year-old girl in new jersey. a body was found late last night in a recycling container. has been identified as augustau -- as autumn. an autopsy will be conducted this morning. >> after a night of aggressive performances during the t
and rappahannock and madison county they are .eeing wet weather rights sprinkles in winchester 60 and it's moving north and east at this time. national, at reagan dulles, 61 in gaithersburg, 59 in frederick, in winchester with rainfall. with occasional showers today, 72-76 degrees. we have a warm temperatures in store. 80's bywell into the the middle of this week. weather begins to dry up. let's check on traffic with angela. >> good rning. we are moving quite well through of the key routes. route 7, moving well. the dulles greenway and the toll this no reported troubles morning. look at route 1 and other route 110, still relatively. relatively. continues on the beltway in maryland. of our key routes heading are moving well. on the north side of the beltway a coma no reported troubles in maryland and 270. back to you. >> thank you. 5:13, 62 degrees. >> there are rumors apple has products in the works includin >> you are watching abc 7's "good morning washington" with cynne simpson and steve chenevey. this is "good morning washington," on your side. soon takeuncil could for bill to lower fines gene
showers developing once again out towards winchester, front royal, culpeper, leesburg, all getting some light shower activity. i think we will have a period of rain around here for the first part of the day and a lot of clouds. we should start to get drier air in here and we'll lose some of the humidity that is reminiscent of summer humidity we've had around here for the past 24 hours or so. temperatures once again on the mild side. upper 60s and low 70s. we are expecting highs back near 08 today. gradual improvement tonight and tomorrow looks fantastic. i'll have more details on that and we'll take another look at the radar in just a second. back to you. >> thank you. >>> the economy dominated the first presidential debate last night romney said he has plans to fix the economy. president obama said, when he became president four years ago, he was dealing with a major economic crisis. >> i also promised that i would fight every single day on behalf of the american people and the middle class and all those who are strifing to get into the middle class, i've kept that promise. >> there ar
't see much of a rain for the morning low. right now we have 36 in winchester and cumberland. northern shenandoah valerie are in frost and freeze warnings this afternoon. it is 51 in annapolis for a warm spot, la plata 45. other than that, it is relatively quiet and your attempt this afternoon may not get above 50 in the shanendoah valley. monika samtani is in with timesaver traffic. >> reporter: howard is trying to move the equipment but it is not working. if you are planning to head around town, it is working. things are looking great on 270, no problems at all from frederick down to where the lanes divide and across the american legion bridge you are just fine. let's take a live look outside and show what you it looks like at the american legion bridge. across the potomac river here no issues between bethesda and tyson and annendale and springfield. let's look at our maps, do want to let you know the northbound side of the gw parkway is closed shut down between spout run parkway and route 123 because of road work going on. they are working on the rockwall. northbound side of i-95 at
at the threat for showers. 36 in frederick right now. 36 in winchester and cumberland. 50 on the bay in annapolis. got a seven day forecast, here's monika with timesaver traffic. >> reporter: we have been telling you about the police activity in silver spring. that does continue inside the beltway, northbound georgia avenue is affected as well. right lane blocked right before you get to 495. keep that in mind, especially if you are one of those that heads northbound on georgia avenue. we'll take a live look inside the beltway, georgia avenue at forest glenn. northbound, left side of the roadway is what is going to get you by. lighter than normal with this columbus day. heading over into virginia northbound side of i-95, no big delays heading from dale city to woodbridge to springfield. this is what it looks like from our sat 50 camera. with the columbus day holiday, metro bus and rail are both running on a saturday schedule today. back to you guys. >>> cbs this morning is 30 minutes away and it appears presidential nominee mitt romney is closing the gap. good morning to you charlie.
. temperatures in the 40's. 43 in winchester, 45 in frederick, 43 in cumberland. bwi marshall airport, 48. highs in the low 60's today, 62 mostly sunny. a beautiful day. just cooler than yesterday. tomorrow, the biggest change will be an increase in the wind. at nationals park today at 4:00, 62 degrees, mostly sunny, bright sunshine. we will probably have the shade again near home plate to start the game. as temperatures dropped into the upper 50's close to the end of the game. a little bit of forming a special by sunday, 73. now to angela with traffic. >> starting to see volume building especially on 95 northbound. still pretty good. slow spots between garrissonville and quantico. after that, posted speeds through lorton and through the springfield interchange. no reported troubles on 395. leesburg pike, no reported troubles heading to the beltway on that side. in maryland on the beltway, starting to see a little slow traffic. an earlier crash on-ramp to 355 from the outer loop, slowing between connecticut avenue and 270. they shut tim brant down to try to remove the vehicle that ran into a ut
in leesburg and right now 45 down toward culpeper. to the west in winchester, 41 degrees and plato at 43. so a lot of cool areas already. that's because we have cloudy skies, rather, not cloudy skies. we're looking at clear skies, lasting through tonight. although i do think clouding will be on the increase as we head into the day tomorrow. we saw a cool day even with plenty of sunshine as high pressure was dominating. that area of high pressure will slide to the south and east tomorrow. here comes another cold front. i think we'll see sunshine but mixed in with clouds from time to time. that cold front sweeping on through will bring even colder air or we'll call cooler air during the day tomorrow and into the day saturday, especially saturday morning. saturday morning is going to be very cold, the coldest mornings. here's tonight's lows, 46 in washington, 37 in frederick, 37 in martinsburg and 37 in winchester. you can knock 5 to 10 degrees off these numbers for tomorrow night's numbers. we're talking some areas could be in the 20s. a few clouds, a chilly start, 37 to 46 for your morning fr
an update. finally got to the ten inch mark. winchester hoping for an update. prince frederick that is an updated total. even up in smithburg i imagine bill had a good 6-8 inches of rain. fred lick will crest about 3.4 feet. that will cause moderate to major flooding. potomac eight feet above flood stage. here's sandy producing snow amounts into a little bit of a mix in the higher elevations. light to occasionally moderate rain showers. we've seen the trend to reduce. we are still seeing a few more of the moderate ones here into western lauren county. there is a lot less yellow on the map. generally west at 15. almost down to about 66 here in north western areas. and then you look at and starting to see breaks showing up in the radar. this is good. we will get down from steady rain to lighter showers that are falling which shouldn't exacerbate the flood situation. unfortunately has a lot of high strings and creates numerous flood warnings. if you see any high water turn around don't drown. your winds gusting to 21 here in town. 20 in annapolis. some of the higher gusts are 25.
always get icy first. it's 43 at reagan national, 40 dulles, 41 in culpeper, 39 in winchester, 43 in annapolis. for today, 50 degrees by noon, by 5:00. 10 degrees below average. little to no sunshine expected today. of sunshineeaks tomorrow. talk more about the treat forecast in a little while. first, a traffic with jamee whitten. >> marc trains, metro rail, the operating normally. white's ferry is closed. rock creek parkway is open. little falls parkway is shut down, a portion of it. we had an accident on inbound 50 the john hanson highway y, there'sg the beltwa nothing there. outer loop between 95 and new ave, not seeing much because all the traffic stopped prior to new hampshire ave. crash had been in the but now fire and rescue have arrived. so they have stopped all traffic on the outer loop right there. back to you. >> thank you. 5:33. we want to start with some of headlines from the of it has claimed the lives of more people in the united states. president obama traveling to new jersey to look at some of the storm damage today. >> he will meet with new jersey govern
of the storm is pivoting from the southwest. that one line seems to be constant from winchester through parts of northern fauquier county, loudoun county down into fairfax county, prince william county and eventually into charles county. that is where the rain has been falling quite a while and where the rain totals have been piling up as well. the rain in there, 1/2 an inch an hour or so in those yellows and oranges. >> we're seeing breaks towards the coast, rehoboth beach, salisbury, ocean city, yes, still wind driven but not so much rain. as we look to our west, we have blizzard warnings for most of our mountain counties above 2,000 feet, a foot of snow and maybe more the higher you go in elevation. we had a terrible pileup. i think i heard about four tractor trailers jackknifing out there along interstate 68. so we know visibility is down and conditions are really rough. >> still thunder snow out there, lightning. >> probably good snow rates. going forward in time let's see where our wind gusts go as we go through the rest of the overnight hours. jumping back to our map, 62- mile an hour
. from 7.5 inches in prince frederick, winchester over 4 inches. bowie 5.2. we had about 5.5 at reagan national. that was a record for the day. we've been running a deficit of 8 plus inches recently. that deficit is now down to 2.5. one thing tropical systems do is relieve drought conditions but do it too quickly. big circulation. the actual center circulation is up here according to the hurricane center. they're still classifying this with 65 mile an hour winds right around the center. end -- i think that's kind of generous. we have the snow in the mountains especially above 3,000 feet. we could have more than 20 inches of snow. our rain is really coming down here this morning. you can see lots of areas in dark green. not as intense as it was an hour ago. some of the highest elevations, skyline drive, we've been seeing snow up there as well. locally, lighter rain into howard county and especially by the bay now. the heavier showers western prince george through dc, fairfax, easton, manathis. down the petomic it's really coming down. you can see the moderate rain that's going on also a
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